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The U. S. Forest Service in the Pacific Northwest

The Northwest has been at the forefront of forest management and research in the United States for more than one hundred years. In The U.S...

| paperback | $29.95

The Lumberman's Frontier

With The Lumberman’s Frontier, Thomas Cox has reconstructed a groundbreaking history that stands apart from all previous studies of American forests. Forests were ubiquitous in...

| paperback | $35.00

The Way of the Woods

In The Way of the Woods, Linda Underhill explores some of our nation’s most extraordinary forests, from the magnificent old growth groves of western Pennsylvania's...

| paperback | $18.95

Black Woman in Green

From an unlikely beginning as an agency transcriptionist in her hometown of Washington, DC, Gloria Brown became the first African American woman to attain the...

| paperback | $19.95

Hops

The craft brewing renaissance of recent decades has brought a renewed interest in hops. These vigorous vines with their flavorful flowers have long played an...

| paperback | $27.95

A Place for Inquiry, A Place for Wonder

The H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest is a slice of classic Oregon. Due east of Eugene in the Cascade Mountains, its 15,800 acres encompass the...

| paperback | $29.95

Trees to Know in Oregon and Washington

For 70 years, people have turned to one book to learn about Northwest trees: Trees to Know in Oregon. This new edition, retitled Trees to...

| paperback | $20.00

From Backwoods to Boardrooms

Since the early 1900s, forestland ownership has gone through two major structural changes in the United States and other parts of the world: the accumulation...

| paperback | $45.00

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